The Ultimate Highlights From Maison et Objet Tradeshow! – The worldwide famous design event was full of surprises and unique creations! If you didn’t have the opportunity to go, don’t worry… Find out the best highlights from the event in here!
The popular even Maison Et Objet celebrated (once again) design, creativity and quality the best way possible! The famous design tradeshow hosted numerous luxury brands, amazing interior designers, and incredible conferences… Are you ready to learn more about the highlights of this year edition?
Since it is one of the most famous interior design events in the world, Maison et Objet sets the trends for the industry every year! From animal prints to pastel colors, here are the top interior design trends to keep on your radar this year:
#1 DECORATIVE PLANTS
#2 MID-CENTURY MODERN STYLE
#3 PASTEL COLORS AND COLOR OF THE YEAR BY PANTONE
#4 CULTURAL ECLECTIC
#5 EXOTIC PRINTS
Ancient techniques and traditions are starting to be appreciated and highlighted in the interior design world! Craftsmanship is one of trendiest design concepts of the year because every piece results in something unique, like a true artwork from any art gallery! This concept is most popular among the luxury design lovers, and it has left its mark in the Parisian tradeshow!
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THE DESIGNER OF THE YEAR 2019 CONFERENCE
As you know, every edition the event’s organization team selects a Designer of the Year. The winner of the 2019 edition is Sebastian Herkner, a 37-year-old designer from Germany. ‘’My aim is to find a way to balance craftsmanship with new technologies’’. The environmental impact is a subject that really concerns the interior designer and in his conference, Herkner said that we should always invest in quality materials and craftspeople, as it becomes harder and harder to create waste.
MAISON ET OBJET TALKS: “PORTUGAL – ELDORADO ARCHI, DESIGN AND CRAFT”
The craftsmanship concept was the star once again! Oitoemponto team (Artur Miranda and Jacques Bec), Joana Astolfi from Astolfi Studio and Amândio Pereira, founder of Covet Foundation were the three guests of the conference. “Craftsmanship has been passed on from generation to generation. People are getting more curious and passionate about it”, affirmed Amândio Pereira.